Eric Bella, O.D.
Dr. Eric Bella graduated from the State University of New York College of Optometry. He completed his ocular disease training at the Veterans Administration clinic in Sayre, Pennsylvania, and at the Indian Health Service Hospital in Lawton, Oklahoma. Dr. Bella worked with prominent ophthalmologists in New Castle, Pennsylvania, and Buffalo New York, gaining experience in treating and managing eye conditions such as macular degeneration, glaucoma, diabetic retinopathy, dry eye, and allergic conjunctivitis.
Outside of the office, Dr. Bella enjoys tennis, golf, jogging, and walking his dog, Max. Dr. Bella is also a member of the Newmarket Young Professionals Chamber Group.
Debby Yeung, O.D.
Dr. Debby Yeung received her BScH degree in Biomedic Science at the University of Waterloo. She continued on to Boston to earn her Doctor of Optometry degree from New England College of Optometry, where she graduated with the distinction as a member of the Beta Sigma Kappa – the National Optometric Honor Society. During her professional training, Dr. Yeung completed clinical internship rotations at the Veterans Affairs Medical Center in Vermont, Toronto Eye Clinic, Martha Eliot Health Center in Boston, and New England Eye Commonwealth in Boston.
After graduation, Dr. Yeung completed a residency position in cornea and contact lens at the University of Waterloo School of Optometry and Vision Science, where she continues to teach as a part-time clinic and lab supervisor. She is fluent in English, Mandarin, and Cantonese.
After graduation, Dr. Ip completed a residency in Community Optometry, where she further advanced her knowledge and skills in all areas of optometric care. Throughout her services to different communities and local hospitals, she was involved in many diabetic research studies and developed a special interest in diabetic eye care.
Dr. Ip is currently a member of the Ontario Association of Optometrists, the College of Optometrists of Ontario, and the Canadian Association of Optometrists.
During her free time, she enjoys keeping active and spending time with her family, friends and puppy, Brody. She is fluent in English and Cantonese.
Dr. Tony Choi
Dr. Tony Choi received his training at the University of Waterloo School of Optometry and graduated in 2002. During his training, Dr. Choi worked as an assistant researcher at the Toronto Western Hospital Glaucoma Research Unit under Dr. John Flanagan, who is now the Dean of the UC Berkeley School of Optometry. Before completing the training, he also advanced his clinical skills practicing in private clinics in New Port Richey, FL and Toronto, ON.